On Thu, 2007-08-23 at 17:04 -0400, Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> I have just noticed that we are still accepting data that is invalid for
> the server encoding, and in consequence we can produce a dump which we
> can't subsequently load. This is a major bug IMNSHO, and needs to be
> fixed for 8.3.
Links to previous discussion:
I understand there are backwards compatibility issues that we should
consider, and we should consider them carefully. However, I don't think
that the current behavior is correct, for the same reason that I don't
think that "February 31st, 2007" should be allowed in a date column.
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